Second day in paradise

Ok, so the little girl portrait was a prop for this photo. All it needed was my signature (hence the tiny liner brush). Later in the day I got to start this 11x14 oil on stretched canvas. It was delicious to be working outside in this perfect weather with happy people passing by and stopping to talk. I'm so tired it's hard to raise my arms, but oh, what a good day. Thank you folks for your good wishes. They mean a lot.

4 comments:

Bag Blog said...

You are living my dream - congrats on your new studio. Maybe some day I will make it to SA and see you at work.

Regina Calton Burchett said...

Hasn't it been beautiful out? And you get to work outside on a fun painting! The dog looks so comfy, just like mine when I returned to my house for something I forgot and found her in my recliner...

Laura said...

Ha! I love the dog painting! The portrait looks beautiful. Yes, you are underpricing your work. I hate that part -- the pricing, I mean.

solopoesie said...

Complimenti x i tuoi quadri!! Sono bellissimo !!!


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